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What is the Difference Between MORyde Steps # MR75RR and # MR88RR?


What is the difference between the # MR75RR and the # MR88RR


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There are a few differences between the MORryde StepAbove RV Steps with Strut Assist - 23-3/4" to 24-1/4" # MR75RR and the MORyde StepAbove RV Steps for 23-3/4" to 26-1/4" Wide Doorways # MR88RR. One of the differences is the doorway width requirement. The # MR75RR is only designed to fit doorways 23-3/4" - 24-1/4" wide while the # MR88RR is only designed to fit doorways 23-3/4" - 26-1/4" wide. The height (in travel position) is 47-3/4" tall for the # MR75RR and 46" for the # MR88RR.

Another difference is the mounting bracket dimensions. For the # MR75RR, the mounting brackets are 29-1/2" wide x 25-3/4" tall x 12-5/16" deep. For the # MR88RR, the brackets are 22-1/4" wide x 3-3/4" tall x 10" deep.

The third major difference between the two steps is that the # MR75RR has gas-assist struts which is absent from the # MR88RR. The gas struts helps you easily lift and lower the steps from your RV.

I went ahead and attached demonstration videos of the two sets of steps to highlight some of these differences.

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